The upcoming week is shaping up to be exciting to both traders and investors alike, promising events like a Libor Rate Statement (CHF), a Monetary Policy Statement (JPY), a quarter over quarter GDP report (NZD)… and the list keeps on going.
Pre-seed stages. Seed stages. Venture capital rounds. In just a handful of years, startup financing in Europe has transformed from mere bank loans to an elaborate, multi-layered system.
Because of this, today we distinguish 4 main tiers of startup investors based on how far the company has evolved at the time of funding, how big is the investment, and other factors.
Weekly Overview (10 September 2018): Barack Obama berated Trump, urged voters to restore “some semblance of sanity” in US politics
After refraining to comment on the questionable decisions made by US president Donald Trump for two years on end, Barack Obama has finally emerged from the shadows. In a passionate speech at the University of Illinois on Friday, the former US president urged his fellow citizens to vote against the Trump presidency and put an end to its “abuses of power”.
Weekly Overview (27 – 31 August 2018): Trump to sign bilateral NAFTA deal amidst tense US-Canada trade relations
Despite a week-long flurry of intense negotiations, Canada is still facing the possibility of being left out of NAFTA (North American Free Trade Agreement)—a trade pact on which depend 3/4 of the country’s exports and the livelihoods of 2.5 million Canadians.
Please be informed that due to the Labour Day holiday in the US on Monday, 3rd September, trading hours of some CFD markets will be changed as follows:
- Best Buy’s reported better than expected comparable sales growth of 6.2%
- Salesforce.com raised its FY19 revenue guidance to $13.175 billion
- Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s net revenue enjoyed 4% y/y growth
- Next week reporting Manchester United PLC, Marvell Technology Group Ltd and more
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Next week, we expect a shower of market-shifting economic events. Some examples include a Retail Sales m/m report (AUD), Manufacturing PMI report (GBP), and a Trade Balance statement (CAD). Please find the full list of events below.
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